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Backstreet Boys Bring In Pauly D, Jesse McCartney For Summer Tour

Posted by Staff in May 14,2013 with No Comments

‘All five of us are back together,’ Nick Carter said of the jaunt, kicking off this August in Chicago.

Is there really a better way to celebrate 20 years in the industry than with a summer tour? Well, that’s how Backstreet Boys plan on celebrating. The recently reunited fivesome will kick off their In a World Like This jaunt on August 2 in Chicago.

“Backstreet Boys are going on tour this summer,” Nick Carter said, via Ryan Seacrest’s website. “That’s right, baby! All five of us are back together. It’s our 20th anniversary tour. We’ve got a brand-new album coming out.”

And they’re bringing some friends along for the ride. They’ve enlisted the help of “Jersey Shore” star DJ Pauly D and Jesse McCartney to open for them. The tour will make stops all across the country, including Las Vegas, Charlotte, Atlanta and more, before wrapping up on September 8 in San Francisco before they launch into a handful of dates in Japan. Tickets go on sale on Friday, May 17. Read the rest of this entry »

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Backstreet Boys will start world tour in China

Posted by Staff in Jan 24,2013 with No Comments

The Backstreet Boys are a five-man ensemble once again. The boy band are in Beijing to announce the start of their 20th anniversary world tour in China this May.

The multi-platinum group, best known for hits like I Want It That Way, Backstreets Back and Quit Playing Games With My Heart, will tour several Chinese cities including Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing, and Xi’an.

The five members, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson, wore traditional Chinese red coats to greet their Chinese fans with the traditional Chinese Spring Festival so close (Feb 9.) [Source]

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Nick Carter to perform at Cannery Ballroom

Posted by Staff in Jan 09,2012 with No Comments

Backstreet Boy Nick Carter will perform at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom Monday, Jan. 30 in support of his new album I’m Taking Off.

Carter’s most recent performance in Nashville came last summer when Bridgestone Arena played host to the New Kids on the Block/Backstreet Boys tour. For now, he’s focused on his own burgeoning solo career. I’m Taking Off explores a variety of moods and musical styles.

“It has songs about love, happiness, the sad parts of love—it’s got some dance tracks on it. You can play it for your loved one or you can play it in the club,” Carter says.

The first single, “Just One Kiss,” is an uptempo hit about a struggling relationship. “There are probably a lot of people in this world that have had this situation,” says Carter, who wrote the song with Dan Muckala and Jason Ingram. “Someone has fallen out of love with them and they want that one last try, even though they’ve messed up. The guy in the song is basically admitting his faults and asking for that one last chance.”

Tickets for the concert are on sale now at Ticketweb for $27.50. [Source]

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Guinevere Adds Dates with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.

Posted by Staff in Jan 09,2012 with No Comments

According to both the Mayan, and the Chinese calendar, 2012 is the year of the Guinevere!! She is ready to take the pop world by storm as she gears up to hit the road with both an extensive US Tour opening up for Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, while also headlining the 1st leg of her national club tour with dates at clubs in San Francisco, LA, San Diego, and Las Vegas.

Guinevere will be supporting her latest single, “Crazy Crazy,” which is already being heard on over 40 influential pop stations across the country, and thanks to a powerful set of remixes (Dave Aude, DJ Escape, and DJ Kue) package, “Crazy Crazy” is rocking the dance floors while barreling up the Billboard Club Play chart at #22 this week with the highest debut from a previously uncharted artist.

Be sure to check out the video for “Crazy Crazy,” and head to www.thisisguinevere.com to purchase tickets for the tour. [Source] Read the rest of this entry »

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Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys to perform Crocodile Rock in Allentown

Posted by Staff in Dec 19,2011 with No Comments

Yes, it is true. Nick Carter, best known for his role in the dreamy boy band, The Backstreet Boys, is coming to Allentown. He will perform 8 p.m. Feb. 8 at Crocodile Rock in Allentown, according to a news release.

Tickets for the show go on sale 10 a.m. Tuesday for $25 in advance. The price will go up to $27 the day of the show.

Now 31-year-old, Carter has starred in his own reality show “House of Carters,” embarked on a solo career and dated Paris Hilton since his rise to fame with the Backstreet Boys.

Earning eight Grammy nominations and selling more than 130 million albums with the group, he recently came off a super-group tour with the Backstreet Boys and the New Kids on the Block, according to a news release. His latest album, “I’m Taking Off,” was released in the U.S. in February.

For more information on Carter’s Allentown performance including where to purchase tickets, visit slpconcerts.net or crocodilerockcafe.com. [Source]

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New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys to tour in May

Posted by Staff in Dec 19,2011 with No Comments

After dominating different generations of teenagers with their boy band antics, New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys are bringing their NKOTBSB tour/clumsy acronym to Australia in May.

The two groups are only performing four shows, stopping in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney, with tickets on sale from December 8.

Donnie Wahlberg said of the visit to Australia: “If our fans want us down under, we’ll go down under. Our international fans have been flying to see us stateside for years, so now we are bringing the show to them. Get ready Australia, we are coming to you!” We can only imagine he was wearing this when he made that statement.

These shows are likely to sell out quickly, considering the massive impact both artists had on generations of teens/pre-teens who now fit squarely in the ‘nostalgic for their younger years’ bracket. Between the two groups, they have record sales totalling more than twenty million units. Read the rest of this entry »

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